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    Image: A devoted fan, Joan Regelsperger received satellite phone calls from the oceans many times... A devoted fan, Joan Regelsperger received satellite phone calls from the oceans many times...

    Concluded the circumnavigation...
    July 29, 2012    38.3293N,123.0582W
    Sorry for the late posting of this brief note. I concluded my human powered circumnavigation at Bodega Bay on Saturday, July 21st in the company of my wife Nancy and friends. It had been 5 years and 11 days since I had untied from a pier at the Spud Point Marina.

    I am now in Perryville, Missouri. Nancy's mother Joan was ailing rapidly and we both rushed here as soon as we could, with not a day to spare. She passed away a couple nights ago as if she had waited for us to arrive.

    I will pick up the dispatch duties soonest.


    Previous Dispatches

    Mudslides and wind...    18 July, 2012
    Making progress towards Bodega Bay, but not without the challenges of mother nature. We expected temperatures in Nevada to have us baking at 110F degrees /43C plus temps but surprisingly we have expe


    In Nevada now...    July 15, 2012
    I crossed into Nevada this morning. I am on schedule to reach the Spud Point Marina in Bodega Bay on July 21st around 4-5 pm in the late afternoon. The temperatures have been cooler than I had thought

    Reached Page    11 July 2012
    Access to internet has been spotty lately. I am posting a quick update to mark my progress under the MAP link. ORS MAP link still works, and the Ocean Rowing Society has been kind to track my progress

    Later dispatches - Previous dispatches

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